Trying to download larger files, such as a concert recording, for offline playback can take longer than it should depending on the source. Download accelerators, such as the ones on this list, can help expedite the process by downloading different chunks of the file simultaneously and then merge those chunks at the end to form the complete package.
PuTTY is a free and open-source terminal emulator, serial console and network file transfer application.
Browser extension that lets you download all of the links and images on a website.
FDM accelerates downloads by splitting files into sections and then downloading them simultaneously.
Android, BSD, Linux, and Windows open source multimedia download manager.
Internet download manager (IDM) is a tool to manage and schedule downloads. It can boost the speed of download up to 5 times.
Xtreme Download Manager is a powerful tool to increase download speed up-to 500%, save videos from video sharing sites and integration with ANY browser.
The installer may contain other softwares, like EagleGet iNewTab. Be careful during the installation: Forum
EagleGet is a free all-in-one download manager; it can be integrated to Chrome, IE, Firefox, Opera, offering support for HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, MMS and RTSP protocol as well as popular online video websites.
Slimjet is a fast, smart and powerful web browser based on the Blink engine. It is built on top of the Chromium open source project, on which Google chrome is also based.
The Amazon Appstore is a place to purchase and download apps for your Android device.
This is an experimental Firefox 57 download manager with multithreading support.
Third party security researchers have released reports that claim Hola has numerous vulnerabilities in their client software, leaving users vulnerable to attack. In addition, these reports claim that Hola user's bandwidth was sold and that users are unknowingly part of a "botnet." For more information on the claims and findings refer to the posts here: http://adios-hola.org/ The response to these claims and the vulnerabilities from the Hola CEO can be read on their website here: https://hola.org/blog/the-recent-events-on-the-hola-network/
Hola lets you browse faster, access content blocked by your government, company or ISP and much more.
Multiple folks on Reddit report adware, sandbox'd myself and got multiple viruses and adware in installation, even attempting to label as "not-a-virus;" -- has very malicious bundles. Would recommend tagging as such due to the installer's crap.
The installer prompts you to change your default search provider and install a media player. After installation it opens a webpage with an ad for another software install.
BitComet is a BitTorrent/HTTP/FTP download client with support for modern BitTorrent features, long-term seeding, intelligent disk cache and video preview of downloaded files.
iGetter is a full featured download manager and accelerator. It resumes broken downloads and recovers from download errors.
The program automatically downloads and installs its addons on browsers without the user's permission
Internet Download Accelerator effectively solves three of the biggest problems when downloading files: speed, resuming broken downloads, and management of downloaded files.